Many of our sponsor dogs are “special needs” greyhounds whose stay at our California adoption center may be longer than most, requiring more resources to feed, medicate and provide other care. Becoming a sponsor is a great way to be a GAC “insider” and get to know some of the greyhounds you are helping.
All it takes is a $20 (or more) monthly donation to be linked to one of our carefully chosen sponsor dogs. You’ll receive a monthly mailing complete with a photo of your dog and a detailed letter about all their activities. Once your dog finds a forever home, you’ll be the first to know!
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SPONSOR DOGS
MILHOUSE is a blue fawn boy who was born on 3/11/2011 and arrived on 3/15/2019 with a group of 10 dogs from Macau, China. He is a really nice boy who was one of the youngest in his group, even though he's 8! Milhouse enjoys sunning himself and being close to humans.
HAYES is a 2-year-old white boy with brindle spots who came from the Caliente racetrack in October. He arrived alone with an injured hock that required no intervention, just time on his own to heal. Hayes was born on Christmas! He is a large and silly boy who will be with us for an extended period while he continues to heal from his injury and other medical issues.
CHICKADEE is a small, 2-year-old brindle girl that arrived on 2/29/20. She raced 87 times and was taken out because she dislocated her toe. Chickadee arrived with 6 others in a “spring” themed group; a chickadee is a songbird associated with pretty calls in the springtime. Chickadee birds are noisy and sociable, but our Chickadee is just sociable, not loud by any means. She’s extremely sweet and loves to gives kisses and gently jump on you to access your face. Not at all shy and always ready to go wherever!
MATILDA is 2-year-old red female who arrived in early September 2019 with a fractured right hock. Her entire leg was extremely swollen and she was hesitant to be touched, but by the end of the car ride she laid her head down on her rescuer. With some pain medication and food, she was visibly feeling better the very next day. Her leg did not require surgery, and she just recently had her splint/cast removed. Sponsor her to follow her road to recovery!